Council for Chief Privacy Officers
The privacy landscape in Canada is changing.
Privacy regulations are trying to catch up to technology, and consumers are paying more attention to how data are collected and used. What is your organization doing to build and maintain a robust privacy framework?
The Council for Chief Privacy Officers (CCPO) is a community of senior leaders focused on privacy’s role in business.
Stay in the loop. Join the CCPO.
Who Should Join?
Chief executives who oversee their organization’s privacy program, policy development, and regulatory compliance. Members are keen to learn from their peers and actively contribute to discussions.
- Bring together leaders and peers in an environment that’s safe and conducive to collaborative dialogue
- Explore emerging trends in the Canadian privacy landscape and their impacts on business
- Share tools, best practices, and innovations for effectively implementing privacy programs
Benefits of Membership
|Network||Share||Learn and teach||Impact|
|Build relationships with industry thought-leaders and senior executives from across Canada.||Showcase your work and expertise; suggest speakers and themes that matter to you and your organization.||See how other experts are handling the same challenges you face, and share some of your best practices.||Connect the dots between privacy and business strategy and show how commitment to privacy is a competitive advantage.|
For more information about the Council for Chief Privacy Officers or to arrange for a guest invitation to attend one of our meetings, please contact our team.
From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET; after hours, please send an e-mail.
Bank of Canada
CAA National Office
CAA Atlantic Limited
Canada Post Corporation
Canada Revenue Agency
Canadian Bankers Association
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation/Radio-Canada
Canadian Western Bank
Deloitte Management Services LP
Environics Analytics Group
Fountain Tire Ltd.
H&R Block Canada Inc.
OMERS Administration Corporation
Ontario Teachers Insurance Plan
Oxford Properties Group
Rogers Communications Canada Inc.
Sprucegrove Investment Management LTD.
The Canada Life Assurance Company
The Conference Board of Canada
Canadian Western Bank
Like many compliance professionals, I have limited resources to steer into conferences and training. Therefore, I was initially hesitant about joining the Council of Chief Privacy Officers. However, I have found that I derive great value from my membership. Council meetings always involve high-level presenters who are experts in their fields and engaged privacy colleagues battling the challenges similar to those I face in my organization. I walk away from each meeting with new ideas I can immediately implement to strengthen my organization’s privacy compliance program. I had attended numerous privacy conferences prior to joining the Council. Now I am considering whether there is any need for me to attend privacy conferences organized by other organizations.
This section is currently underdevelopment. In the meantime, please visit this page to access all members-only content.
If you’re not a member and would like to become one, please contact us.
Putting Trust First: The Critical Connections Between Data, Privacy & Ethics
November 28 & 29, 2023 • Toronto, ON
Finding the Balance: Privacy at the Intersection of Risk and Innovation
June 12 & 13, 2023 • Virtual
Privacy in Motion: Canada’s Shifting Regulatory Landscape
March 28 & 29, 2023 • Virtual
Beyond the ‘Buzz’: Operationalizing a Robust Privacy Program
November 8-9, 2022 • Toronto, ON
Data Governance, Privacy, and Protection
June 6-7, 2022
Terry Cutler, Founder and CEO, Cyology Labs Inc.
Relevant Research for Members
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